Brazil and Uruguay accelerate energy agreement, a “win-win” allowing lower costs

For the Frente Amplio director, the interest of the neighboring country in signing this agreement shows that there was room to lower tariffs, but the government denies it.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian and Uruguayan governments are moving forward to search for an agreement to allow the import and export of energy in a "win-win" system for both countries. The meetings with representatives of both countries will be held in February.

Initially, it was planned that senior officials of the public company would accompany the Uruguayan Minister of Industry, Energy, and Mining, Omar Paganini, to a meeting that he held in December with . . .

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